This was a great hands on session with 4 groups creating story maps and learning to work together. Amaing time.
This was a great event with Joe Truppo leading a lively topic that was informative and provocative. There was a lot of back forth and great information for everyone to absorb.
Trent Hone and Mark Grove did such a great job that every wanted to stay and we ended much closer to 9:00 then 8:00. It was very lively discussion with over 30 people having a great time and learning about flow.
Empathy mapping is a team tool to increase collaboration and gain a deep understand of customers. This was a very hands on meeting where we discovered a new way to learn about our customers and communicate it to everyone in the organization. We also met some new friends that we hope will become part of[…]
This was great as old friends connected again. We’re always glad to get people together to meet new friends and see friends they haven’t seen in some time. Lean Coffee is a great event where everyone has a chance to discuss their real life situations and get expert feedback. If you get a chance to[…]
International speaker Katy Saulpaugh delivered an amazing and lively presentation to over 40 people. The room was charged with great discussions and every had a great time. These keep getting better and better.
The Impact Mapping meeting was amazing. John Hughes and Rachel Whitt came to lead the workshop of nearly 2 dozen attendees. The meetups at FINRA continue to grow and the energy in the crowd is always exciting. Everyone walked away with a good understanding of how to use the tools of Impact Mapping in both[…]
Two dozen people arrived at the first Wednesday night meeting right after day light savings. Our friends from Celerity to host the meeting and it was very entertaining. 12 topics were discussed and we had some new comers. Very excited to have everyone there.
This was a great presentation. Almost 40 people came out to listen to Jonathon deliver a somewhat controversial presentation that brought on lots of lively discussion. Sam, Michael and Scott from Eliassen Group provided some delicious pizza from Mama Lucia’s and everyone had a great time and learned a lot. These Meetups keep getting better[…]
Another fantastic night with the Arlington team. We had some great discussion, EK opened the taps so we had beer, cheese and candies! The team even came up with an idea that Katy Saulpaugh used in her awesome AgileDC presentation, “The Agile Reorg: A Survival Guide”. The topics covered were: Story Splitting How do you[…]
This is one the best meetups we’ve ever had. The and energy and excitement was thrilling. 3 tables of great people sharing ideas and learning from each other. Ettain Group even provided pizza!
The Enterprise Knowledge Team is so amazing. Some of the sharpest and most welcoming people I’ve ever met.
I would like to thank Bob Payne and Jason Hall of Lithespeed for being such great hosts. We discussed Scaling, the perils of comparing velocity across teams and when should stories be split or moved if not able to complete them in a sprint. We had about a dozen people make the trek out to Herndon and[…]
This was a our first meeting and Michelle Lapin was the perfect energetic and thoughtful host. We had a nice round-robin style discussion. What a great time meeting new friends and colleagues. Thanks Michelle, ~Steve
- Come learn about Agile Commitment (not time) Management; Oct 25, 6:00pm
Agile Coaches, Scrum Masters, Agile PMs and other Agile Professionals
This is a chance to discuss real world situations with your peers. You can network with agile coaches and other agile professionals that are in the trenches doing some of the same work as you. We select the topics that are most important to the group and everyone shares ideas and past experiences.
The format is a modified Lean Coffee where everyone has a chance to discuss what’s most important and meet new people.
Meet New People
This is a great chance to meet new people with similar interests.
During the open discussions everyone has the right to share.
This is a great opportunity to learn from your peers and find mentors or coaches
There's no better way to learn than helping others on their agile journey.